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Bile was collected from 7 patients after cholecystectomy with routine T-tube drainage of bile duct postoperatively. In all patients reported, the total volume of bile collected was more than 500 ml which was considered to be close to the volume of bile excreted by the liver during the 24 h collection period. The excretion of total thyroxine (T4),… (More)
This paper focusses on pratical problems which may also prove to be of theoretical importance, by presenting a method of establishing an exact topometry of the intrahepatic bile ducts. Measurements were made on corrosive casts of the intrahepatic bile ducts from 13 human livers. On the basis of the topometric results presented it is possible to construct an… (More)
The diagnosis of the primary hyperparathyroidism is, as it is demonstrated at the example of a female patient, up to now always made very late. It is referred to the importance of modern screening methods which are suitable to improve the early diagnosis and to reduce the still high rate of complications.
The complexities of diagnosing melanoma metastases are discussed. More accuracy can be attained with the aid of USG, CT, NMR and scintiscans of the liver. The LDH test appears to be the most effective in cases of metastases developing in the liver. A case of melanoma metastases in the gallbladder is analyzed.